Articles by Zack Mauldin
Waterfalls Rivers and Lakes is more than just the name of a handy visitors guide in today’s edition of The Journal — it is a guide to the natural beauty of Oconee County.
Clemson officials have ordered the evacuation of 95 bedrooms after a student housing building was found to have sinking and cracks in the foundation more than seven months ago.
The School District of Pickens County will again take part in a pilot program that allows school districts to use eLearning days for school makeup days.
Willie: Two things. The burned-out car on Rochester Highway, I never did hear what happened.
August is like a new year in many ways — the new school year starts Monday and new children are coming into our care, creating a new beginning for their lives.
More than a dozen breweries from across the state are picking their favorites to make the trip to Seneca for the Labor Day weekend Brew & ‘Que Festival, and no two beers will be the same.
A feasibility study looking into the cost effectiveness of Pickens County returning responsibility of operating two sewer plants in Central back to the town is “moving right along,” according to town administrator Phillip Mishoe.
To keep the policies fair to all inmates, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office issued new visitation guidelines for the detention center Thursday.
As the sky turned from blue to peachy purple in the earliest, palest morning light, I squinted to see my feet scrambling down ancient boulders in my $10 sandals, with only one thought crossing my mind.
Clemson University added a new No. 1 national ranking last week, and it wasn’t on the football field.
The Residences at Park Place is getting ready to celebrate a decade of service with an anniversary summer bash this weekend.
More than 30 area residents had an opportunity to learn more about gun laws and concealed weapons permits (CWPs) at a seminar at Gignilliat Community Center in Seneca Thursday night.